Minnesota Moment: Rochester Man Uses Crocheting to Heal

January 10, 2018 10:45 PM

Bill Schulter has used crocheting to help overcome adversity in his life.

Schulter started the hobby after a traumatic brain injury five years ago. He turned to it again after his grandson was killed by a drunk driver.


Now, as he's being treated for colon, rectal and prostate cancer, he's picked up crocheting again. While he's in treatment, he's been able to crochet 30 blankets for children at the Ronald McDonald House.

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